KidsPeace Schools – PA
KidsPeace provides education services for day and residential pupils at several locations in Pennsylvania for grades 1–12 who are seriously emotionally disturbed, diagnosed with mental retardation, learning disabled, developmentally delayed or exhibit learning problems, psychological distress or divergent behavioral problems. Also, KidsPeace Schools are accomplished at providing premier alternative education programs for students who are unable to achieve success in their home schools. For years, KidsPeace Schools have been meeting the educational requirements of clients in grades 1–12 placed by Boards of Education from the states of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Connecticut, West Virginia, Maryland, Illinois, Delaware, Virginia, Maine, Georgia and the District of Columbia.
Orchard Hills Campus
5300 KidsPeace Drive
Orefield, PA 18069
- Donley Therapeutic Education Center
- Athlete School
- Pioneer School
Berks Campus - Advances School
704 Hay Road
Temple, PA 19560
KidsPeace Lehigh Valley Schools PA
Male/female grades 1–12
In addition to services provided to Special Education students, specific additional weekly courses such as Human Growth and Development, Ethics and Citizenship, Hygiene and Healthy Lifestyles, Transition to Work Skills, Life Management, reinforcement of transitioning, assistance with specific academic and behavioral needs, crisis counseling and specialized interventions such as “Thinking for a Change.”
Pennsylvania –Fact Sheet 022-0092
Child Find SEART 2013
- a list of special education programs provided in the 14 member school districts of the Carbon Lehigh Intermediate Unit #21 for special needs children
KidsPeace is a godsend to us. We are from New York, and a lot of these (KidsPeace) services were not available to us. I was told [my daughter] would not survive her adolescence, and now she is graduating…it was monumental for me.
KidsPeace has helped me become more assertive in a positive way. I never thought I could be good at school; I never wanted to go. I never thought I would graduate. Washington School changed that. I deeply appreciate all the help you have given me.